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Audio and Film Documentation on Gordon Matta-Clark
People:
  • Gordon Matta-Clark (creator)
  • Jane Crawford (compiler)
Title:

Audio and Film Documentation on Gordon Matta-Clark

Date:

1974-2001

Level of archival description:
Series 9
Extent and medium:
  • 4 audiocassettes
    3 film reels
    2 DVDs
    2 videocassettes
Scope and content:
Series consists of audio, video, and film recordings of Gordon Matta-Clark (1943-1978) and his work. It includes interviews of Matta-Clark by Liza Bear from 1974 and 1976, video (transferred to DVD) and film recordings by others of his work, films relating to posthumous exhibitions on his work, and a lecture on him given by art historian Thomas Crow in 2001.

Series contains sub-series.
Reference number:

CP001.S9

Arrangement:
The series is divided into 3 sub-series, "Interviews", "Lectures", "Art Films", based on the content of the series.
Conditions governing access:
  • Not all objects in this series are currently available for consultation due to their format.
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